Jim Fowler’s Latest Crowdsourced-Related Startup InfoArmy Raises $17.3M from Norwest, Trinity

Jim Fowler, who founded Jigsaw to create crowdsourced business contacts and then sold the company to Salesforce for $175 million in 2010, has raised $17.3 million for his lates startup called InfoArmy. The funding came from Norwest Venture Partners, which was an investor in Jogsaw, and Trinity Ventures. InfoArmy has now raised $19.3 million in funding, following a $2 million Series from Fowler when the company was founded in 2011. Jeff Crowe of Norwest (and a former Jogsaw board member) and Patricia Nakache of Trinity have joined the InfoArmy board.

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